Jen Reichert, owner of Baja Baby Skincare Products for kids shares some tips on infant bathing.
1. Get organized in advance. Have your shampoo, sponge or wash-cloth ready close-by. Towel should be right next to you, with a change of clothes, new diaper and lotion.
2. Create A Spa. If you have a shower in your bathroom, turn it on and run it hot before bath-time. The idea is to create a steam-room type feel to the bathroom pre bath-time.
3. Soothing Sounds & Lights. Have a playlist of soft music playing in the bathroom, so your baby can relax. Dim the lights if you can, or turn the main lights off and use a lamp for softer lighting.
4. Keep your baby warm. The transition from clothes to bath, bath to new clothes should be quick and comfortable. Have your towel (brownie points to Mom if it’s been pre-heated) at the ready for the moment baby comes out of the bath. Have baby’s change of clothes & diaper (double brownie points if clothes are also warmed!) open and ready to put on.
5. Time to Connect. Bath time shouldn't be rushed. Look forward to this special time of day when you and your baby get to connect and have some alone time together. Lots of smiles and eye contact go a long way in making sure baby is content
“The whole idea of bath-time is to create a daily bonding experience for parents to connect with their little ones,” said Jenni, Baja Baby co-owner and Mom of two who’s simple but quality skincare line for kids is the perfect addition to any parents bathing routine. Our Lavender Scented Shampoo & Body Wash is the perfect addition to this unique spa quality organic skincare line.
Jen decided to expand on her company offerings and launch her skincare line. “After my second child was born with reflux, allergy and health issues, I knew I wanted to create a product line that was safe for the most sensitive of children. When somebody says to me, ‘Wow, it really doesn't have any toxic ingredients in it?’ That’s when I knew what I was producing was going to make a difference.”
To get a PDF of this blog, just visit our Scribd page here.Jen lives in Cabo San Lucas with her husband Nelson, her children Wyatt & Reese and their 4 chihuahuas.
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